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There’s nothing worse than coming back from Uni and realising you’ve left all your snazzy clothes back at your student digs. Oh man! I feel your pain. That’s why I’ve put together a little look book of ideas showing how to wear one shirt dress 3 different ways. This lovely shirt dress is from Hawes & Curtis and is available for £49.50.
The winter chills are easily warned away once the fire is lit. Fluffy jumpers are perfect to keep warm. Pastel toned jumpers are great pieces which can be warn through the transition of seasons from Autumn/Winter to Spring/Summer. Sometimes jumpers and dresses just don’t go. But I’ve fixed the problem here by folding up the jumper and keeping it in place with a metallic silver belt. This way you can create the length that best accompanies your dress.
Winter walks are magical moments that no other time of the year can quite beat, especially when a sheet of crisp white snow covers the forest floor. As an alternative to a chunky duffel coat, try wearing a cape this festive season. There is instant drama added to a look through the unusual shape of the coat. Instead of a boring scarf, wrap a furry collar around the neckline of the cape, such a simple way to create a stand out look.
Thinking of all the photo’s that are bound to be taken on Christmas Day itself, a smart look is in need. Wearing the shirt dress as it comes is the perfect option. Don’t feel you have to wear it with the tie belt it comes with. So you change the silhouette of the dress so easily by exchanging the belt for something a little sturdier. If you’re going to throw on a lightweight scarf keep the necklace jewellery simple, save it for your fingers. You don’t want to overcomplicate an elegantly simple look (also it can be a nightmare when your scarf gets all caught upon your pretty jewels)
Phew! Now you’ll no longer have to fret, just choose one piece and it can easily see you through the festive days.
How else would you style the shirt dress?